Gail Gitcho

Senior Adviser for Communications

Gail is a political strategist with more than 18 years of experience working in American politics and manages our communications and marketing functions. Gail was the Communications Director for Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign. She also worked on Mr. Romney’s 2007 presidential primary campaign, John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign and subsequently served as Senior Adviser for Bobby Jindal’s 2015 bid.  In 2018, Gail was a Senior Adviser to U.S. Rep. Diane Black during her primary campaign for Tennessee Governor. Gail advised Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) during his successful bid in 2018 to unseat longtime Sen. Claire McCaskill. In 2014, Gail was the Communications Director for the Republican Governors Association during a winning cycle when Republican governors expanded their nationwide majority from 29 to 31. During her time at the RGA, she ran a rebranding campaign for the Association. The brand campaign included nearly all of the Republican Governors in the country and was seen nationally through earned and paid media. In 2010, Gail ran the communications shop for Scott Brown during the historic election to take over Senator Ted Kennedy’s seat. After the shocking upset, she was then tapped to run communications for Scott Brown’s U.S. Senate office.  Gail worked in the U.S. House of Representatives for the late U.S. Congressman Clay Shaw from 2004 to 2007.